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    • 12 JAN 21
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    Fecal Transplants for ABS

    People with Auto-Brewery Syndrome that does not respond to conventional treatments often talk about the possibility of Fecal Microbiota Transplants (FMT) might be an answer to their chronic illness. Hope recently became available in two forms, 1) an article out of Belgium about a patient with ABS who received FMT with success (see resources for

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    • 26 SEP 20
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    Lots of Activity for ABS

    I’ve been super busy with the Auto-Brewery Syndrome non-profit which is all great news! We’ve been adding primary providers to our Resources page and now have providers in 20 states and Canada. Our goal is to have at least one provider in every state in the US by 2021! We are also seeing more published

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    • 16 DEC 19
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    The Dr. Oz Show features ABS

    Friday, December 20, 2019, the Dr. Oz show will feature an in-depth interview with Nick Hess, a patient suffering from Auto-Brewery Syndrome. I was also interviewed to provide background information and promote my book, My Gut Makes Alcohol! Check the listing to see the time and channel for the Dr. Oz Show: HERE

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    • 29 OCT 19
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    Non-Profit Approved

    We just received approval as a 501(c)3 corporation known as Auto-Brewery Syndrome Information and Research. Proceeds from the book as well as any donations made will go to the non-profit to fund information and research. Donations accepted at https://www.gofundme.com/f/autobrewery-syndrome-information-and-research

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    • 24 AUG 19
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    Research Study published

    Dr. Anup Kanodia, Dr. Greg Miller, and I published the research study of “Case Control Research of Auto-Brewery Syndrome”. The article can be retrieved from: https://doi.org/10.1177/2164956119837566 

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    • 25 MAY 16
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    Short method of diagnosis

    Many people have called and asked if there isn’t a shorter method of diagnosing Auto-Brewery Syndrome than a 24 hour hospitalization. The old article I mentioned about a short method of diagnosis has been refuted on many levels and I discuss it in my upcoming book. Sorry to say, the only current method we know

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